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Old 05-26-2008, 12:34 PM
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Default Re: Rod building forum.

Hi Jose,
The rods I build usually have the guides on the opposite side of the spline/spine, just the way I was shown, and have stayed with doing it this way.
You will hear reasons as to this and that, but I think it boils down to personal preference.
I've never been able to tell much difference in a rod done one way or the other, but then I never really cast any other rods than my own.

I could be totally off base on this one, so you may want to get a few more opinions first.
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